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Helping 3rd Graders to be “Safety Smart”


Safety farm shows electricity


Shocking results


Trying on lineman’s gloves


Sand melted into glass Mrs. Hunt shows the video Demonstrating a Circuit Safety around electricity is


the focus of everything we do at Cimarron Electric.


Every year we go to all the third grade classes in our nine county service area and pro- vide “Be Safety Smart” classes to the kids. “The safety classes last about 45 minutes to an hour and consist of 5 parts”, said Jus- tin Glazier, Cimarron Electric Safety Director.


8LI ¿VWX TEVX MW XS WLS[ E video to the kids that ex- plains many electrical hazards that the kids could come into contact with in their lives. It shows the proper way to avoid getting hurt and how to warn others.


The 2nd part is a safety farm demonstration that shows what can happen if you come into contact with high volt- age overhead or underground wires. The kids really like to see and smell the tree limbs, model kites and hotdogs burn when electricity goes through them. They even see electricity travel through water.


The 3rd part of the demon- stration consists of questions and answers. The kids get to ask questions to Mr. Glazier and he answers them. They get to hear real stories about electrical dangers and what to do if you see them. The 4th part of the Safety demonstration is showing


real equipment that linemen use in their work. It makes an impression when the kids put on the extremely heavy and thick insulated gloves that linemen work with every day. Showing a big ball of glass where a downed line heated up and melted sand is impressive.


The 5th part of the safety demonstration is a “Bright Ideas” activity book that the kids can connect the dots, do LMHHIR [SVH WIEVGL ¿RH IRIV- gy wasters plus many pages of fun electrical safety activities. We thank Lomega’s Mrs. Hunt and her class pictured above. We thank all the schools in our area that let us bring “Be Safety Smart” to your kids.


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